Quoted from the Motley Fool.......At less than seven times earnings estimates, ChipMOS certainly looks cheap at these levels, and when a cyclical industry like the chip market is in a funk, it's often the time to strike. Valuations are skewed because of the imbalance, so I think with the forces working in its favor, ChipMOS Technologies looks ready to take off.
All indications are the soft patch is about over if the markets are concerned, should trickle down soon.
That's because we're NOT traders, simpleton. We're deep value INVESTORS who search out misunderstood or undiscovered diamonds in the rough and have the (sometimes difficult) PATIENCE to wait for the inevitable payoff. Because most people who have spent any amount of time INVESTING, not TRADING, know that almost all stocks eventually reach their true, intrinsic value.
Siliconware Precision Industries Reports a 4.2% Quarter-over-Quarter Decline in Revenues Resulting in Earnings per Share of NT$ 0.51 or Earnings per ADS of US$ 0.09 for Fourth Quarter 2012...."and a 2.8% growth in revenues compared to the fourth quarter of 2011." Results seem weak;